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'Middle Of Nowhere' Expands To Seven More Cities This Friday

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by Sergio
October 16, 2012 2:25 PM
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Middle of Nowhere

For those of you have yet to see, and have been dying to see Ava DuVernay's film Middle of Nowhere, especially after the fantastic word-of-mouth the film has been getting, and the news we reported this weekend that it had the highest gross per screen of any film currently playing in theaters, many more of you will have that chance.

The film is expanding to seven more cities across the country this Friday Oct 19th, in following cities and theaters::

Chicago - AMC River East

East
 Miami - AMC Aventura


Detroit - AMC Southfield


Oakland/Berkeley - Landmark Shattuck


Seattle - AMC Southcenter


Houston - AMC Studio 30


New Jersey - AMC Cherry Hill

In the meantime, Nowhere will be continuing its successful run in theaters where it opened this past weekend in: Atlanta, Philadelphia, Washington. D.C., New York and Los Angeles. And no doubt more cities and theaters will be announced soon for upcoming weeks.

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3 Comments

  • BECK | October 17, 2012 2:40 AMReply

    Many more cities on their website. It's coming to Norfolk!!!!

  • ALM | October 16, 2012 3:01 PMReply

    Yes! Keep expanding, keep expanding....so many people need to see this movie, regardless of skin color.

  • Leon Breckenridge | October 16, 2012 2:36 PMReply

    Can you please say Oakland/Berkeley for Landmark Shattuck because that theatre is in Berkeley. Thanks. There will be some confusion for people in the bay area.

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